Samsung and LG Take Potshots at Apple

Shots fired! Apple may have apologized over their phone slowing controversy, but that doesn’t necessarily stop the dog pile from continuing. Both LG and Samsung got in on the fun, by making some statements to Phonearena: LG Electronics, Inc.: Never have, never will! We care what our customers think. Samsung Electronics Co.,LTD.: Product quality... Read More | Share it now!

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Apple Apologizes for Throttling, Cuts $50 from Battery Replacement Costs

And, response. After over a week taking potshots from everyone over their throttling of older iPhones, Apple has responded. We’ve been hearing feedback from our customers about the way we handle performance for iPhones with older batteries and how we have communicated that process. We know that some of you feel Apple has let you down. We apologize.... Read More | Share it now!

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The Apple Throttling Lawsuit Train Keeps Rolling – International Edition

Introducing the iLawsuit. The anger directed at Apple seems to show no sign of abating. What was once two lawsuits has now burgeoned to a whopping eight. Two of which are from Israel and France. The French lawsuit is of particular interest. It was filed by a French organization called HOP, the acronym translating out to Stop Planned Obsolescence... Read More | Share it now!

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Apple’s Lisa OS is Coming to You for Free

Best part is, Apple isn’t slowing it down. Thanks to the Computer History Museum, Apple’s Lisa OS will live again. And instead of the $10,000 in 80’s money it cost you back then, it will run you nothing. The legendary OS was among the earliest Graphical User Interfaces in computing. And recently, the museum got their hands on the... Read More | Share it now!

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Google Promised iPhone Jailbreak; Google Gives Us iPhone Jailbreak

No, not you, princess. You might have gathered that I’m not much of an Apple guy. But, if you’re still reading, be happy. Because Google’s promised iOS 11 jailbreak is here. Ian Beer of Google’s Project Zero found an exploit in iOS 11.1.2. Granted, Apple patched this exploit December 2nd. But on Monday, Beer made good on his... Read More | Share it now!

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Apple’s macOS is Currently “Turtle on Back” Vulnerable

Mac fans still say macs are safer. As it turns out, Apple’s macOS High Sierra has a really bad bug. Specifically, one that could give someone complete access over your account. Lemi Orhan Ergin, a Turkish software developer, pointed out the flaw in a tweet this Tuesday: Dear @AppleSupport, we noticed a *HUGE* security issue at MacOS High... Read More | Share it now!

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CNET Declares iPhone X “Most Breakable iPhone”

It’s like a little kid with progeria cracking all his ribs trying to catch a Nerf ball. Look, are you really surprised that the iPhone X is imminently breakable? It’s almost like Apple hasn’t learned from all of those times people destroyed their phones doing stupid shit based on rumors started by 4Chan. They’ve clearly just... Read More | Share it now!

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